Here’s Why We Should All Take Steps To Improve Our Cybersecurity #Infographic

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Cyber Security

This infographic concerns cyber security. With a 15% rise in cyber threats between 2014 and 2015 alone this concern is not misplaced. With so many of us having every detail of our life stored on some sort of technology, protection of this data and information is vital. Recent years have illustrated an influx in hackers that obtain the ability to … Read More

Here’s Why We Should All Take Steps To Improve Our Cybersecurity #Infographic was last modified: June 15th, 2016 by Andrew Johnson

How Enabled is Your Team? #Infographic

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Sales Enablement

A systematic approach to increasing sales productivity, by supporting reps with the content, training and analytics they need to have more successful sales conversation is defined as sales enablement. Enhancing ability of sales team to increase revenue via sales is important. As a growth business you should develop a singular focus on the key sales and business development activities that … Read More

How Enabled is Your Team? #Infographic was last modified: June 5th, 2016 by Andrew Johnson

Improve Customer Experiences based on Omnichannel User Behaviour #INFOGRAPHIC

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Omnichannel experience

Shopping in today’s digital age is quite different from what it was in the past. To take advantage of this new-age customer it has become necessary to integrate their shopping experience across several channels. This is the Omnichannel experience – using digital analysis of shopper behaviour to grow your bottom line. Studies show that most shoppers use the web before … Read More

Improve Customer Experiences based on Omnichannel User Behaviour #INFOGRAPHIC was last modified: May 16th, 2016 by Diana

Minimum Viable Product Launches for Start ups

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Minimum Viable Product

Every business start up entails bringing a product of some kind to the market, whether that’s a physical product or service. A huge number of failures in business were caused because there was no market demand. Many businesses will fine tune a product for years and still discover nobody actually wants to purchase their goods or services. Cutting expenses and … Read More

Minimum Viable Product Launches for Start ups was last modified: May 11th, 2016 by Nik Lemmens

My business is 3 years old – should I get a lean six sigma black belt?

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Many business owners worry about whether they’re ready for the lean six sigma treatment. Almost always lean six sigma can help your business, but whether you should run before you can walk is another matter. If you think you’re there, or pretty close, then it is definitely worth considering. Remember that a lean six sigma black belt is a highly … Read More

My business is 3 years old – should I get a lean six sigma black belt? was last modified: April 22nd, 2016 by Nik Lemmens

What are Some of the Most Common Business Analysis Techniques?

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What are some of the most common business analysis techniques? Business analysis is essentially the process of finding out what’s going on in a company – be it good or bad – and finding ways to improve. Even small companies can benefit from some of the techniques, it is often assumed that it is just the corporates or the consultancies … Read More

What are Some of the Most Common Business Analysis Techniques? was last modified: February 15th, 2016 by Andrew Johnson

Are you chasing perfection or is a minimum viable product enough?

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Unicorns in business

Ideas are great, in this fortune article Jackie had an idea, then ran various analysis, build a business model and did many financial forecasts. Yes you need all those eventually the one lesson from this article is that you should first build a minimum viable product first (MVP). Once you have your MVP, the next step is to test the … Read More

Are you chasing perfection or is a minimum viable product enough? was last modified: January 19th, 2016 by Nik Lemmens

Why a business plan is so important, even in a small business?

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Why a business plan is so important, even in a small business?

Why a business plan is so important, even in a small business? Every business starts small. Even Apple was a start-up once upon a time, nothing more than a seed floating around in the mind of Steve Jobs and co. So it’s hardly a surprise that a great business plan is really important even for a small business. In fact … Read More

Why a business plan is so important, even in a small business? was last modified: January 17th, 2016 by Andrew Johnson

Need help with business model analysis? Here are some tips

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Need help with business model analysis? Here are some tips The whole point of a business model is that it’s continually being tested in the marketplace. It’s dynamic, flexible and capable of withstanding external changes. An essential part of making that work is constant re-evaluation of what’s going right and what’s going wrong – something we call business model analysis. … Read More

Need help with business model analysis? Here are some tips was last modified: January 17th, 2016 by Nik Lemmens